This release is based on the IBM OS/2 2.0 pre-release, allowing users to run MS-DOS, OS/2 1.x apps over remote terminals. Note that since this is based on the pre-release it is NOT compatible with the OS/2 2.0 GA and beyond. Also includes is the ability to run Windows 3.0 in standard mode, although only from the console.
From 1992 edition of Computer Business Review:
Coral Springs, Florida based Citrix Systems Inc has a new release of its multiuser implementation of MSDOS. Multiuser 2.0 is designed to run any combination of MS-DOS, Microsoft Windows and OS/2 applications concurrently, and to provide all key features of commercialgrade operating systems multiuser, multitasking operation with terminal support, security, resource management, remote access and administration utilities. It is claimed to be a 32-bit operating system for Intel Corp iAPX86 machines from the 80386SX up. It is claimed to be compatible with Novell Inc NetWare, Microsoft LAN Manager, IBM LAN Server, and Banyan Vines networks, enabling it to function as a low-cost network extender. The ability to run graphical applications at the console will be available next month, with support of graphics at the terminal level will be added in April as a no charge upgrade. Citrix Multiuser 2.0 is $1,000 for a five-user package; doubling the number of users is $500, regardless of how many there were originally. An unlimited user licence is $2,000 once you’ve bought the fiveuser licence. Out next month.
I've included a bochs install. the following users are available